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40 Years of Evolving Photographic Imagery: From Film to Digital, a Personal Journey By a Photo Artist, an Illustrated Ebook

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40 Years of Evolving Photographic Imagery: From Film to Digital, a Personal Journey By a Photo Artist, an Illustrated Ebook

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138 pagine
34 minuti
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Jun 20, 2013
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9781304156419
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Few artists have documented their creative journey from their earliest efforts to their current work. In this eBook Rick Doble shows how his work evolved from his first black & white film photos to the experimental digital photographs that he exhibits worldwide today. Covering 40 years and containing over 100 photographs and also a condensed but complete autobiography, he shows how one artist's thoughts, vision and imagery developed over time. A useful eBook for inspiring artists and also useful for students in media, this eBook is one of a kind.
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Jun 20, 2013
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40 Years of Evolving Photographic Imagery - Rick Doble

40 Years of Evolving Photographic Imagery: From Film to Digital, a Personal Journey By a Photo Artist, an Illustrated Ebook

40 Years of Evolving Photographic Imagery: From Film to Digital, a Personal Journey By a Photo Artist,  an Illustrated Ebook

By Rick Doble

Copyright © 2013 Rick Doble

All rights reserved.

All photographs are by Rick Doble.

ISBN: 978-1-304-15641-9

Permission is granted to reviewers, students and others

who cite this work to quote up to 200 words

and/or display one to three photographs from this eBook,

as long as the title of the eBook and the author are credited.

Introduction

Because of the interest I have received from my website due to my digital photography, I  put together a sampling of the best of my earlier work followed by selections from my later digital work. I divided this eBook into themes so that interested viewers can follow the development of my imagery over the last forty years.

This eBook goes as far back as 1967 and includes 35mm black and white and color film photos from negatives plus photos from 35mm black and white slides and color slides, SX 70 Polaroid photos, 2 1/4" color photographs taken with a Rollei Twin Lens Reflex - TLR and a Bronica SLR plus early low resolution digital photographs taken with a Casio QV-100 and recent high resolution digital photographs.

Under each picture I have included a caption followed by the date, place and medium that I used to create the image.

If you want to know more about my development as an artistic photographer, you can read my  autobiography at the end of this eBook or my illustrated autobiography on the web which has been very popular (rickdoble.net/lifestory). I have also included a number of other resources about my work in the Appendix.

Famed film director Elia Kazan (East of Eden, On the Waterfront, A Street Car Named Desire) commented that an artist is always creating art that is about him or her. There is no escaping this -- we can never truly get outside of ourselves.

I would add another point about photographers. Artistic photographers photograph what they see -- meaning what gets or holds their attention or what fascinates them. I suspect that each of us has a store of moments stashed in our memories from the time we were children. The imagery developed over a lifetime is based on feelings that a photographer has for different subjects. And these photographic themes probably come from deep rooted scenes glimpsed at a young age.

When I was creating my one man show, A 25 Year Digital Photography Retrospective, I looked back at the evolution of my imagery and was surprised to find a number of themes and threads that continued from my film work of 40 years ago to my digital work of today.

For example, I might find myself noticing a person standing in a certain light. Often strong lighting and the consequential outline of a person in shadow against the light takes my breath away -- as you will see in the section here on silhouettes.

Photographic Portraits

Fellow graduate student

1970, Chapel Hill, NC (UNC); 35mm b&w negative

Family

1972, Durham,NC; 35mm b&w negative

Photography student

1973, Durham, NC; 35mm b&w negative

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